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Join us for a lunch conversation with an aquatic ecologist and former visiting assistant professor at Duke Dr. Kateri Salk. Lunch will be provided. Dr. Kateri Salk is a limnologist and biogeochemist with 9 years of research experience in field, laboratory, and data analysis settings. To date, her work has focused on management-relevant water quality issues including nutrient cycling, harmful…
Calling all watery and water-adjacent folks! Join us in our virtual symposium where we will hear from three water professionals working in the Western United States. Come with questions and join our conversation on a pressing environmental issue – we look forward to seeing you (virtually) on November 18th from 1:30-2:30pm EST.
The Inflation Reduction Act invests hundreds of billions of dollars towards climate and clean energy. But where does all of that money go? How does it flow through the federal and state governments to catalyze a green economy? Join us Friday November 18 for a discussion about the IRA climate provisions and how they can support existing priorities programs in North Carolina. You don’t ne…
We will meet at Abele Quad and then go to the large field in the Duke Gardens (near the Allen Lot) at 5:00 to have a small picnic, journal together, and meditate on how nature connects us with God and helps us find sanctuary in our hectic lives.
Interested in JP Morgan? Hear from current seniors who have interned at JP Morgan this past summer. Ask questions about their experience at the firm and the recruiting process!
The DuQIS executive team will be having a dinner event at High House Plaza to celebrate new members joining. The event will be on Saturday and we have been planning on this for a long time but the website won’t let us mark it as Saturday. So we have marked it as Tuesday.
Delicious food, fun friends, and a festive Thanksgiving-themed celebration!
Professor and researcher Leo Gaskin will be speaking about his career path and research, with time for questions at the end. Food will be available.
Come to BASE on November 16th at 6pm for scrapbooking with ASA! We’ll be making a communal scrapbook with everyone’s ideas! The theme is CHOSEN FAMILY! We will provide paper, glue and other cute supplies to scrapbook about your chosen family!
Join us as we screen the documentary “Two-Spirits” to celebrate Native American and Indigenous Heritage Month. Learn about Native American and indigenous queer identities and how to amplify indigenous voices and highlight and celebrate the diverse and rich culture of Native American people.
Are you struggling to pick between a career in consulting and finance? Join us for the opportunity to hear about the differences between both from people who’ve experienced it! We will review industry differences, recruiting, work/life balance and more!
Shelbi Polk is a writer and artist who has been embroidering since her childhood in Texas. She studied literature and actually gets to use that knowledge, both in her freelance writing career and in her fiber arts practice, where she creates works that draw on her love of ancient archetypes.